Metric Definitions

Key

Sentiment Scores
A measure of how positive or negative conversations on Twitter have been about a particular coin over a period of time. A score above 50 implies that conversations have been more positive today vs. the last 20 days. A score below 50 implies that conversations are becoming more negative.
Hourly Sentiment analyzes the last 1 hour of Twitter sentiment vs. the previous 24 hours
Daily Sentiment analyzes the last 24 hours of Twitter sentiment vs. the previous 20 days
Long Term Sentiment analyzes the last 50 days of Twitter sentiment vs. the previous 200 days

Tweets (24hr)
The number of tweets about a particular asset over the past 24 hours.

Unique Accounts (24hr)
The number of unique accounts that have tweeted about a particular asset over the past 24 hours.

30d Average Tweets
The average number of tweets per day over the past 30 days.

Tweet Volume vs 30d Average
Compares the tweet volume over the past 24 hours to the average daily Twitter volume over the past 30 days.
= Tweet Volume 24h / 30 Day Average Tweets

Tweet Dominance
The percentage of overall cryptocurrency tweets that an individual cryptocurrency accounts for on a given day.

Average Unique Accounts (30d)
The average number of unique accounts tweeting about a particular asset over the past 30 days.

% From Unique Accounts
Calculates the percentage of tweets about any particular coin that come from unique accounts. Repeated mentions of a coin within a single tweet is still counted as 1 tweet.

NVTweet Ratio
Compares a cryptocurrency's social conversation relative to its Market Cap. The NVTweet Ratio looks at how many tweets a particular coin has per each $1M in Market Cap. The lower a coin's NVTweet Ratio the more tweet volume it has per $1M in market cap. An increasing NVTweet Ratio could suggest that a particular coins' market is becoming increasingly driven by institutional trading. As market cap is increasing faster than social volume, this may suggest less retail involvement in the market for a particular coin.= Market Cap / 1M / 30Day Average Tweet Volume

Hype to Activity Ratio
Measures the number of tweets a particular coin has per each $1M in reported trading volume of that coin. As of August 15th 2019 the average Hype-To-Activity Ratio in crypto was 1.02. In other words, on average cryptocurrencies see 1.02 tweets per $1M in reported trading volume. High Hype-to-Activity ratios may suggest that a particular cryptocurrency is overhyped in social conversations relative to the amount of trading activity that it has. It is a good metric for identifying outliers or for tracking the number of social conversations a particular coin has relative to its trading volume over time.= (30 Day Average Tweet Volume / (30 Day Average Trading Volume / 1M))